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  1. The human prolactin antagonist Δ1-11-G129R-hPRL is a 21.9 kDa recombinant protein with 188 amino acids that downregulates the proliferation of a variety of cells expressing prolactin receptors. Periplasmic expres...

    Authors: Miriam F. Suzuki, Larissa A. Almeida, Stephanie A. Pomin, Felipe D. Silva, Renan P. Freire, João E. Oliveira, Regina Affonso, Carlos R. J. Soares and Paolo Bartolini

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:62

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  2. The current study evaluated the anti-cancer properties of bio-functionalized silver nanoparticles fabricated by Juniperus chinensis leaf extracts. The nanoparticles were characterized by scanning electron microsc...

    Authors: Hassan Noorbazargan, Sobhan Amintehrani, Aghigh Dolatabadi, Ainaz Mashayekhi, Nazanin Khayam, Pooria Moulavi, Mohammad Naghizadeh, Amir Mirzaie, Fatmeh Mirzaei rad and Mahsa Kavousi

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:61

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  3. Salmonella, as a zoonotic pathogen, has attracted widespread attention worldwide, especially in the transmission between household pets and humans. Therefore, we investigated the epidemic distribution of dog Salm...

    Authors: Cheng Yang, Wangfeng Shao, Lingling Wei, Lingxiao Chen, Aihua Zhu and Zhiming Pan

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:60

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  4. Gas fermentation is one of the promising bioprocesses to convert CO2 or syngas to important chemicals. Thermophilic gas fermentation of volatile chemicals has the potential for the development of consolidated bio...

    Authors: Junya Kato, Kaisei Takemura, Setsu Kato, Tatsuya Fujii, Keisuke Wada, Yuki Iwasaki, Yoshiteru Aoi, Akinori Matsushika, Katsuji Murakami and Yutaka Nakashimada

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:59

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  5. The present study aimed at isolation of endophytic basidiomycetous fungi and evaluation of their in-vitro and in-vivo antidiabetic potential. Preliminary screening for in-vitro activity was carried out using α...

    Authors: Avinash Sharma, Rajvir Kaur, Jasleen Kaur, Saweta Garg, Rajbir Bhatti and Amarjeet Kaur

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:58

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  6. A novel approach targeting self-inducible surfactin synthesis under oxygen-limited conditions is presented. Because both the nitrate (NarGHI) and nitrite (NasDE) reductase are highly expressed during anaerobic...

    Authors: Mareen Hoffmann, Alina Braig, Diana Stephanie Fernandez Cano Luna, Katharina Rief, Philipp Becker, Chantal Treinen, Peter Klausmann, Kambiz Morabbi Heravi, Marius Henkel, Lars Lilge and Rudolf Hausmann

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:57

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  7. GATA transcription factors (TFs) are involved in the regulation of growth processes and various environmental stresses. Although GATA TFs involved in abiotic stress in plants and some fungi have been analyzed,...

    Authors: Chunmiao Jiang, Gongbo Lv, Jinxin Ge, Bin He, Zhe Zhang, Zhihong Hu and Bin Zeng

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:56

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  8. Cyanophycin (multi-l-arginyl-poly-l-aspartic acid; also known as cyanophycin grana peptide [CGP]) is a biopolymer that could be used in various fields, for example, as a potential precursor for the synthesis of p...

    Authors: Ramona Wördemann, Lars Wiefel, Volker F. Wendisch and Alexander Steinbüchel

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:55

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  9. Honeybee venom (Apitoxin, BV), a secretion substance expelled from the venom gland of bees, has being reported as antimicrobial against various bacterial species; however, the mechanism of action remains uncha...

    Authors: Izlem Haktanir, Maria Masoura, Fani Th Mantzouridou and Konstantinos Gkatzionis

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:54

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  10. Serratiopeptidase is a proteolytic enzyme extensively used as an anti-inflammatory and analgesic drug. Present work reports a thermoactive serratiopeptidase from Serratia marcescens AD-W2, a soil isolate from the...

    Authors: Devtulya Chander, Jasmine Kour Khosla, Diksha Koul, Md. Mehedi Hossain, Mohd Jamal Dar and Asha Chaubey

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:53

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    The Correction to this article has been published in AMB Express 2021 11:64

  11. Microbe-mediated ammonia oxidation is a key process in soil nitrogen cycle. However, the effect of maize straw mulching on the ammonia oxidizers in the alkaline purple soil remains largely unknown. A three-yea...

    Authors: Songhe Chen, Rencai Gao, Xiaoling Xiang, Hongkun Yang, Hongliang Ma, Ting Zheng, Yun Xiao, Xue Zhang, Han Li, Gaoqiong Fan and Yang Yu

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:52

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  12. The application of green synthesis in nanotechnology is growing day by day. It’s a safe and eco-friendly alternative to conventional methods. The current research aimed to study raw royal jelly’s potential in ...

    Authors: Susanna Gevorgyan, Robin Schubert, Mkrtich Yeranosyan, Lilit Gabrielyan, Armen Trchounian, Kristina Lorenzen and Karen Trchounian

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:51

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  13. Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus often lead to serious lung infections. This study aimed to investigate the role of S. aureus in the expression of the β-lactamase enzymes and virulence factors of

    Authors: Sanaz Dehbashi, Mohammad Yousef Alikhani, Hamed Tahmasebi and Mohammad Reza Arabestani

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:50

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  14. Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and its biofilm infection were considered as one of the main international health issues. There are still many challenges for treatment using traditional antibio...

    Authors: Zhou Jiale, Jiao Jian, Tan Xinyi, Xie Haoji, Huang Xueqin and Wang Xiao

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:49

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  15. The production of peptides as active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) by recombinant technologies is of emerging interest. A reliable production platform, however, is still missing due the inherent characteri...

    Authors: Bach-Ngan Nguyen, Florian Tieves, Thomas Rohr, Hilke Wobst, Felix S. Schöpf, Jóse D. Montoya Solano, Julia Schneider, Janpeter Stock, Andreas Uhde, Thomas Kalthoff, Karl Erich Jaeger, Lutz Schmitt and Christian Schwarz

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:48

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  16. ω-Transaminases’ (ω-TAs) importance for synthesizing chiral amines led to the development of different methods to quickly identify and characterize new sources of these enzymes. Here we describe the optimizati...

    Authors: Najme Gord Noshahri, Jamshid Fooladi, Ulrike Engel, Delphine Muller, Michaela Kugel, Pascal Gorenflo, Christoph Syldatk and Jens Rudat

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:46

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  17. Cheddar cheese proteolysis were accelerated employing Penicillium candidum PCA1/TT031 protease into cheese curd. In the present study, several of the significant factors such as protease purification factor (PF),...

    Authors: Amaal Mohammed Alhelli, Nameer Khairulla Mohammed, Eilaf Suliman Khalil and Anis Shobirin Meor Hussin

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:45

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  18. Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) F4ac is a major constraint to the development of the pig industry, which is causing newborn and post-weaning piglets diarrhea. Previous studies proved that FaeG is the majo...

    Authors: Pengpeng Xia, Yunping Wu, Siqi Lian, Guomei Quan, Yiting Wang and Guoqiang Zhu

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:44

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  19. Neem is a medicinal plant used as antimalarial, antibacterial, antiviral, insecticide, and antimicrobial drug. This study aimed to investigate and predict the effect of yeast extract and sampling time on cell ...

    Authors: Reza Farjaminezhad and Ghasemali Garoosi

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:43

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  20. The impact of biomass morphology and culture conditions on fungal fermentation was widely reviewed in the literature. In this work, we presented three independent experiments in order to evaluate the influence...

    Authors: Hebe Natalia Salvatierra, Erika Lucía Regner, Mario Domingo Baigorí and Licia María Pera

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:42

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  21. Human oral microbes play a vital role maintaining host metabolic homeostasis. The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau is mainly characterized by a high altitude, dry, cold, and hypoxic environment. The oral microbiota is su...

    Authors: Fang Liu, Tian Liang, Zhiying Zhang, Lijun Liu, Jing Li, Wenxue Dong, Han Zhang, Su Bai, Lifeng Ma and Longli Kang

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:41

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  22. Acid resistance is critical for the survival of bacteria in the dental caries oral micro-environment. However, there are few acid-resistant genes of microbiomes obtained through traditional molecular biology e...

    Authors: Xi Cheng, Fuming He, Ping Sun and Qianming Chen

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:39

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  23. Psidium guajava L. (guava) is predominantly grown throughout the world and known for its medicinal properties in treating various diseases and disorders. The present work focuses on aqueous extraction of bioacti...

    Authors: N. S. Sampath Kumar, Norizah Mhd Sarbon, Sandeep Singh Rana, Anjani Devi Chintagunta, S. Prathibha, Satheesh Kumar Ingilala, S. P. Jeevan Kumar, B. Sai Anvesh and Vijaya Ramu Dirisala

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:36

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  24. Aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) is one of the most dangerous mycotoxins for humans and animals. This study aimed to investigate the effects of compound probiotics (CP), CP supernatant (CPS), AFB1-degradation enzyme (ADE) on ...

    Authors: Hong-Wei Guo, Juan Chang, Ping Wang, Qing-Qiang Yin, Chao-Qi Liu, Xiao-Xiang Xu, Xiao-Wei Dang, Xiao-Fei Hu and Quan-Liang Wang

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:35

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  25. To accurately explore the interaction mechanism between Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus, we designed an ecological experiment to monoculture and co-culture E. coli and S. aureus. We co-cultured 45 stra...

    Authors: Yajing Liang, Beibei Li, Qi Zhang, Shilong Zhang, Xiaoqing He, Libo Jiang and Yi Jin

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:34

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  26. An increasing number of studies have shown that Faecalibacterium prausnitzii (F. prausnitzii) is a promising anti-inflammatory bacterium that colonizes in the gut and that gut microbiota dysbiosis plays an import...

    Authors: Youlian Zhou, Haoming Xu, Jing Xu, Xue Guo, Hailan Zhao, Ye Chen, Yongjian Zhou and Yuqiang Nie

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:33

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  27. To investigate and compare the gut microbiota structures in complete intensive feeding pattern (CP) and extensive feeding pattern (EP) groups, a total of 20 pigs were divided into two groups and fed the same d...

    Authors: Xin-Jian Li, Mingyu Wang, Yahui Xue, Dongdong Duan, Cong Li, Jianwei Ye, Xuelei Han, Ruimin Qiao, Kejun Wang and Xiu-Ling Li

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:32

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  28. Purslane is a widespread wild vegetable with both medicinal and edible properties. It is highly appreciated for its high nutritional value and is also considered as a high-quality feed resource for livestock a...

    Authors: Cong Wang, Qing Liu, Fengchun Ye, Hongbo Tang, Yanpeng Xiong, Yongfei Wu, Luping Wang, Xuanbiao Feng, Shuiyin Zhang, Yongmei Wan and Jianhua Huang

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:31

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  29. Pleurotus ostreatus is one of the most commercially produced edible mushrooms worldwide. Improved cultivated strains with more useful traits have been obtained using classical breeding, which is laborious and ti...

    Authors: Tatpong Boontawon, Takehito Nakazawa, Chikako Inoue, Keishi Osakabe, Moriyuki Kawauchi, Masahiro Sakamoto and Yoichi Honda

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:30

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  30. Bacteriophages are a promising alternative for curtailing infections caused by multi drug resistant (MDR) bacteria. The objective of the present study is to evaluate phage populations from water bodies to inhi...

    Authors: Niranjana Sri Sundaramoorthy, Subramaniam Thothathri, Muthumeenakshi Bhaskaran, ArunKumar GaneshPrasad and Saisubramanian Nagarajan

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:27

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  31. Mycoplasma pneumoniae is one of the leading causes of community-acquired pneumonia in children and adolescents. Because of the wide application of macrolides in clinical treatment, macrolide-resistant M. pneumoni...

    Authors: Shaoli Li, Guanhua Xue, Hanqing Zhao, Yanling Feng, Chao Yan, Jinghua Cui, Xianghui Xie and Jing Yuan

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:26

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  32. Controlling the content of biogenic amines (BAs) is critical to guarantee the safety of fermented aquatic products. The degradation characteristics and application potential of amine-negative starter cultures (Vi...

    Authors: Yirui Zhao, Xue Sang, Hongshun Hao, Jingran Bi, Gongliang Zhang and Hongman Hou

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:25

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  33. Soil microbes perform important functions in nitrogen and carbon cycling in the biosphere. Microbial communities in the rhizosphere enhance plants’ health and promote nutrient turnover and cycling in the soil....

    Authors: Matthew Chekwube Enebe and Olubukola Oluranti Babalola

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:24

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  34. Bacillus velezensis is widely used for agricultural biocontrol, due to its ability to enhance plant growth while suppressing the growth of microbial pathogens. However, there are few reports on its application in...

    Authors: Long Chen, Zijian Zhao, Wei Yu, Lin Zheng, Lijia Li, Wei Gu, Haiyan Xu, Bingdong Wei and Xiaogang Yan

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:23

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  35. Biofilm formation on both biotic and abiotic surfaces accounts for a major factor in spread of antimicrobial resistance. Due to their ubiquitous nature, biofilms are of great concern for environment as well as...

    Authors: Arashdeep Kaur, Sanjeev Kumar Soni, Shania Vij and Praveen Rishi

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:22

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  36. Cereal feedstocks have high arabinoxylan content as their main hemicellulose, which is linked to lignin by hydroxycinnamic acids such as ferulic acid. The ferulic acid is linked to arabinoxylan by ester bonds,...

    Authors: Mpho S. Mafa, Samkelo Malgas and Brett I. Pletschke

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:21

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  37. Reprogramming glycolysis for directing glycolytic metabolites to a specific metabolic pathway is expected to be useful for increasing microbial production of certain metabolites, such as amino acids, lipids or...

    Authors: Hailong Chen, Nianqing Zhu, Yan Wang, Xinxin Gao, Yuhe Song, Jia Zheng, Jiaping Peng and Xin Zhang

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:20

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  38. Xylanases are widely used enzymes in the food, textile, and paper industries. Most efficient xylanases have been identified from lignocellulose-degrading microbiota, such as the microbiota of the cow rumen and...

    Authors: Jia Wang, Jiawei Liang, Yonghong Li, Lingmin Tian and Yongjun Wei

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:19

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  39. Microbial degradation of recalcitrant alkanes under anaerobic conditions results in the accumulation of heavy oil fraction in oil reservoirs. Hydroxylation of alkanes is an important activation mechanism under...

    Authors: Li-Bin Shou, Yi-Fan Liu, Jing Zhou, Zhong-Lin Liu, Lei Zhou, Jin-Feng Liu, Shi-Zhong Yang, Ji-Dong Gu and Bo-Zhong Mu

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:18

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  40. In this study, we used Chinese chestnut as the main raw material to develop a novel type of whiskey. First, 16 yeasts were isolated and identified for producing aroma using olfactory plate assay. Of these, we ...

    Authors: Wanzhen Li, Cuie Shi, Jiaquan Guang, Fei Ge and Shoubao Yan

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:17

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  41. Comparative evaluations were conducted to assess the effects of different pH levels, NaCl-induced salt stress, and PEG-induced drought stress on the mycelial growth of Xerocomus badius. The results showed that X....

    Authors: Binghua Liu, Xinghong Liu, Fangchun Liu, Hailin Ma, Bingyao Ma and Lin Peng

    Citation: AMB Express 2021 11:15

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